Cybulski Community Reintegration Center

Address: 264 Bilton Road
Somers, CT 06071    
Willard-Cybulski CI Entrance
Phone: (860) 763-6500
Fax: (860) 763-6511
Security: Level 2

Nicole Thibeault
Deputy Wardens:  
Aesha Mu'min
  Margarita Rios

Visiting Information:

Please review the following information before scheduling a visit

Visiting Schedule 2023 (October 23 - June 9, 2024)

Updates: Video Visits cancelled due to technical difficulties 4/9/24.

In-Person Visits are not pre-scheduled at this time are on a first come, first serve basis.

Please complete the following form to schedule a video visit: Visit Request Form


Visitors must be on the approved, active visiting list.

You will receive a notification when your video visit is scheduled.

Check your junk mail folder for confirmations or emails regarding visits.

Visiting schedule is currently by last name.

Tuesday thru Friday ~ 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday ~ 8:00 am to 10:00 am ~ 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm 


If the offender is housed in a quarantine unit- Visits will be cancelled for 5 days

For all general visiting information refer to

Population Information:

See data available regarding Connecticut Department of Correction's supervised population.

General Information:

The Cybulski Community Reintegration Center was created in April 2015 within an existing facility, the Cybulski portion of the Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution.  The center is a new program initiative to the department and compliments the Governor's Second Chance Society concept. 
Within a safe, secure and humane environment, offenders participate in a meaningful program process that instills a high standard of accountability and an expectation of responsibility on the part of the offender.  Privileges and awards are earned and any offender who fails to meet the set standards will engage in a process of corrective action.
The Cybulski Community Reintegration Center is part of the department's mission to continue preparing offenders, toward release back into the community, by participation in programs and chosen pathways through the center.  Pathways offer opportunities in recovery; education/vocational; family reunification; faith-based; community service; positive support network; health wellness; and Veterans.  Within the counseling and programming services of this facility, offenders also have an opportunity to address, head on, the causes and issues that brought them into incarceration. 
In October 2015, a new Veterans' Services Unit was created at the center for eligible military veteran offenders and, in April 2016, a new DUI Unit for those eligible offenders was also created. 

PREA Auditor's Summary Report (PDF, 505 KB).

PREA Final Report 2024


The Willard building is named in honor of William Willard who served as warden of the Connecticut State Prison in Wethersfield from 1854-1857 and from 1862-1870.  The Cybulski building is named in honor of Alexander Cybulski who served as Deputy Warden of the Somers State Prison from 1962-1983.

The Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution was formerly two separately managed facilities, the Willard Correctional Institution and the Cybulski Correctional Institution.  The Willard Correctional Institution was opened on October 18, 1990 as a level 2 facility for sentenced male offenders. The Cybulski Correctional Institution was opened on November 3, 1993 as a program intensive, male level 2 facility. 

The two facilities were consolidated as one institution in 1997, Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution, which enhanced facility management and fiscal responsibility. 

In April 2015, the Cybulski Community Reintegration Center was opened in the Cybulski portion of the Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution.

of the Willard-Cybulski Correctional Institution, which now includes the Cybulski Community Reintegration Center:List of past wardens

1997-1999 Sandra Sawicki
1999-2000 Peter Murphy
2000-2001 Mary Marcial
2001-2002 Nelvin A. Levester
2002-2003 Dennis Jones
2003-2006 Bruce J. Cuscovitch
2006-2011 Esther Torres
2011-2020 John P. Tarascio
Eulalia Garcia